Matt Damon Says He Knew That Harvey Weinstein Sexually Harassed Gwyneth Paltrow

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By now, we all know the sad and icky shit that was going on in NYC and Hollywood thanks to the world’s worst ass wart, Harvey Weinstein. Even Gwyneth Paltrow admitted he harassed her, and now Matt Damon has come forward saying he knew about it.

HuffPo say Matt and George Clooney were on Good Morning America today, and Matt admitted he found out about Gwyneth and Harvey through his best bro-friend Ben Affleck. As everyone knows, Ben dated Gwyneth after Brad Pitt. Gwyneth was dating Brad when Harvey allegedly creeped on her, and Brad defended her by threatening to beat Harvey. Brad’s estranged wife, Angelina Jolie, was also one of Harvey’s targets. This is getting to the point where we’re going to need a giant Venn Diagram.

Matt admits he always knew Harvey had the same personality of oozing pus since that was his shtick, but he says he didn’t know he was such a predator. Matt just thought Harvey was a cheating slut.

“You had to spend about five minutes with him to know that he was a bully and he was intimidating. That was his legend. That whole kind of M.O. When people say ‘everybody knew,’ yeah, I knew. I knew he was an asshole. He was proud of that. That’s how he carried himself. I knew he was a womanizer. I wouldn’t want to be married to the guy, but it’s not my business really, but this level of criminal sexual predation was not something I ever thought was going on.”

Matt also gave his take on how Gwyneth handled the matter on her own:

“I knew the story about Gwyneth [Paltrow] from Ben [Affleck], because he was with her after Brad [Pitt], so I knew that story. But I was working with Gwyneth with Harvey on ‘Ripley.’ I never talked to Gwyneth about it. Ben told me. I knew that they had come to whatever agreement or understanding that they had come to. She had handled it and she was the first lady of Miramax. He treated her incredibly respectfully. Always.”

I’m sure the team at GOOP was ready to send Matt over a basket of organic bird seed snacks….until he used the term Maureen Dowd used in her article that kind of slammed Gwyneth for continuing to work with Harvey. I’m talking about the term “First Lady of Miramax” and that’s what led to Blythe Danner slapping at Maureen Dowd in an op-ed piece. So I better run to the concession stand right now and quickly get some popcorn, because I want to be sitting in the front row when Blythe slaps Matt Damon down.



Ewan McGregor Reportedly Stepped Out On His Wife with Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Plus Harvey Weinstein is … Cured?

Hey, Hollywood Women! Good news, you needn’t worry about creepy Uncle Harvey anymore — he’s cured! Wow, one whole week in outpatient rehab and he’s good to go. — (Dlisted)

Maybe ol’ Harv can hang out with Bill O’Reilly and they can start a company together! Seems Bill, who we already knew didn’t know how to appropriately talk to women like they are people and professionals, REALLY didn’t know how to talk appropriately to one woman, and may (probably definitely) have done more than just talk to her. He did enough to warrant a $ 32 MILLION settlement to her earlier this year. Christ, Bill. With AT LEAST 5 previously settled suits against you already, how slow are you at learning? — (Celebitchy)

You guys: Ewan McGregor and his wife of 22 years, Eve Mavrakis, have split, while McGregor has reportedly been seeing his Fargo co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead. That’s terrible, but wow! What a ridiculously hot couple but THAT’S TERRIBLE. (The Cut)

There are Working Dogs, so why wouldn’t there be Working Cats? EQUALITY! — (Miami Herald)

And then some Working Dogs maybe aren’t the best at their jobs, but they’re still VERY GOOD DOGS! — (NYT)

There are so many very good dogs that UPS drivers even have a Facebook page dedicated to the very good dogs they encounter on their regular routes! SUH-KYOOT! Thanks for sharing this, teresaelectro. — (HuffPo)

Pink describing her since-settled feud with Christina Aguilera is both hilarious (for the visual it conjures) and so real when you remember that celebrities are people too and do dumb shit when they’re young and then they grow up, JUST LIKE US! — (LG)

The War on Drugs is turning into a War on People in Pain. And it’s tragic. — (Newsweek)

Our Genny was on Buzzfeed — (Buzzfeed)

Our mighty lord Godtopus may find itself jealous of this AWE. SOME. 80-ft steel kraken that was erected and sunk to create an artificial coral reef. I blatantly stole this from tamatha on Facebook and I don’t regret it one single bit! — (Colossal)

Hi! This is not OK. There is nothing about this that is OK. Gawd, we are a terrible country to have elected this man’s father:

I love EVERYTHING about Cynthia Ervo’s look until about the knees down. And the first couple of times I looked at Misty Copeland’s dress, I didn’t care for the bow, but the more I keep looking at it, it’s working for me. SORCERY! — (GFY)

Adapting an Agatha Christie play into a novel does not make it an Agatha Christie novel. Classic was unable to finish Charles Osborne’s adaptation of Agatha Christie’s play, Black Coffee, and she hopes you won’t even start. "I have no idea why anyone thought the guy could pull this off, and the foreword by Christie’s nephew talking about what a good job Osborne did must have been in jest." What actual Christie novel should people read instead? (Cannonball Read 9)

JLD has good friends.


Harvey Weinstein Finished A One-Week Outpatient Program


He’s a new man! He’s cured!

TMZ has an exclusive interview with the head shrink on potato-looking sexual predator Harvey Weinstein’s therapy “team.” Harv’s been hiding out undergoing out-patient treatment at a posh rehab in Arizona for “sex addiction” (aka his habit of treating women as game in the disturbing sexual wildlife preserve in his head.) But ladies, you can relax around him now.

Dr. HarveysOneRemainingEmployee PretendingToBeAShrink says that Harvey completed his one week of treatment for “psychological issues” and was apparently ready to return to society fully cured. Later on, someone in Harvey’s PR team probably realized this made his shrinks look like they got their medical licenses at Savers. So Harvey will reportedly remain in Arizona for another month because “he doesn’t want excessive distractions and wants to continue working with his doctors.” But his one week of treatment is still considered to be completed as of today. It’s just that easy!

Dr. AreYouFuckingKiddingMe says that Harvey was “invested in the program” as they focused on “dealing with his anger, his attitude toward others, boundary work and the beginnings of work on empathy.

As for Harvey’s demeanor during treatment, accounts vary. The psychiatrist that called TMZ with Harvey’s permission (*side-eye*) claims that he was totally serious about his treatment. People, however, is reporting that Harvey remained the huge asshole that everyone describes him as being, and “wasn’t listening to anyone.

While Weinstein said in a statement that he was working with therapists and planned to “deal with this issue head-on,” a second insider tells PEOPLE the movie mogul doesn’t think he needs round-clock help.

“He agreed to treatment, but he doesn’t think he needs rehab,” says the insider.

As for Harvey being “fully engaged” as described by an actual medical professional who rang up friggin’ TMZ to discuss his patient’s treatment, People’s source says that he was pretty much always on his cell phone and treating it like a joke. (Well, in his defense, one week of treatment for his issues IS a joke.)

“He is focused on business and in constant contact with people,” adds the insider.

It’s not entirely clear what Harvey’s business is now. Being a successful film executive is probably difficult when over 40 women have come forward to accuse you of sexual harassment (and, in some cases, rape). The Weinstein Company pink-slipped him and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences booted his ass out. Maybe SyFy is looking for someone to produce Octo-Gila Monster Typhoon?

Speaking of that unfortunately large group of women, it turns out that the only specific sexual harassment allegation he’s responded to is the one that Lupita Nyong’o made against him in an op/ed in the New York Times. In a statement, Harvey denied Lupita’s accusation. He also made sure we knew that she allegedly invited him to her play last year because she’s obviously a crazy liar.

Weinstein denied the claims in a statement through a representative: “Mr. Weinstein has a different recollection of the events, but believes Lupita is a brilliant actress and a major force for the industry. Last year, she sent a personal invitation to Mr. Weinstein to see her in her Broadway show Eclipsed.”

In an interesting twist, Lupita would appear to be the only black actress who has publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual harassment. And Lupita’s accusation is the only one he felt it necessary to issue a public denial about. I’ll just leave this “hmmm?” right here.



Quentin Tarantino Is Sorry That He Never Spoke Up About Harvey Weinstein

Legendary film composer Ennio Morricone receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

One of the sentiments that has been repeated when talking about the recent allegations against Harvey Weinstein has been, “Well gosh, I had no idea.” The women who have come forward with their stories definitely knew about the alleged creepiness that was going on. Well, so did Harvey’s good buddy Quentin Tarantino. Quentin saw something, and he didn’t say something, and he’s really sorry about that.

Quentin and Harvey have worked together for 25 years, starting with Reservoir Dogs. All of Quentin’s following eight films have been distributed by either Miramax or The Weinstein Company (Death Proof was distributed by Dimension Films, which is owned by The Weinstein Company). His next film, about the Manson Family murders, was being produced by TWC.

After The New York Times exposed Harvey to the masses, Quentin spoke about the situation via Twitter messenger Amber Tamblyn. Quentin said he was “stunned and heartbroken about the revelations” that had come to light, and that he needed some time to process his “pain, anger, and memory” before speaking fully. Quentin has clearly done processing, because yesterday, The New York Times published his thoughts. Quentin feels “ashamed” that he was aware of what was going on.

“I knew enough to do more than I did,” he said, citing several episodes involving prominent actresses. “There was more to it than just the normal rumors, the normal gossip. It wasn’t secondhand. I knew he did a couple of these things.”

“I wish I had taken responsibility for what I heard,” he added. “If I had done the work I should have done then, I would have had to not work with him.”

One of the prominent actresses to have spoken out recently has been Mira Sorvino. Mira started dating Quentin shortly after her alleged encounter with Harvey in 1995. Quentin says Mira told him about what had happened and brushed it off as Harvey being “infatuated” with her. He also figured it was over once Harvey realized that Quentin was her boyfriend.

Another actress told a similar story to him. When Quentin confronted Harvey about it, Quentin says he gave a “weak apology.” Quentin also admits he was very aware that Rose McGowan had settled a sexual harassment case against Harvey for $ 100,000. Quentin admits he failed to recognize that the accusations might be a larger pattern of sexual abuse. He knows it doesn’t look good that he continued to make films with Harvey, a man he says he felt like he had a “father-son closeness” with.

“I chalked it up to a ’50s-’60s era image of a boss chasing a secretary around the desk. As if that’s O.K. That’s the egg on my face right now….[Hollywood has been] operating under an almost Jim Crow-like system that us males have almost tolerated. We allowed it to exist because that’s the way it was.”

“What I did was marginalize the incidents,” he recalled, saying he wrote them off as mild misbehavior. “Anything I say now will sound like a crappy excuse.”

Quentin then urged other men in the industry to speak up about the mistreatment of women in Hollywood. If only Quentin could use some of the hundreds of millions of dollars Harvey helped him make to buy a time machine and deliver that suggestion to his younger self.

The New York Times asked Quentin if he thinks his film legacy might be tarnished by his years of keeping silent about Harvey. Quentin says: “I don’t know. I hope it doesn’t.” Oh, don’t worry Quentin. If you haven’t lost people because of the shit you’ve said, then I’m sure it won’t matter to some about the shit you didn’t say.



The Endless Procession of Stars Saying ‘I Would Like to Thank Harvey Weinstein’ is the Hardest Thing to Watch

Since the dam broke on the Harvey Weinstein abuse news, the torrent of harrowing stories from the brave women speaking up about their experiences has been at times almost too much to bear. The mixture of rage, nausea, and powerlessness inherent in finally hearing a near endless series of crimes exposed—crimes which for far too long have been a badly kept secret—has been potent indeed.

And yet this…

This might be one of the toughest things to see so far:

‘Sickening’ doesn’t begin to cover it.

Hollywood is crony capitalism at its cruellest. A vast network of patriarchal exploitation, with Harvey Weinstein sat at the centre of a web of power and influence, dominating atomised and vulnerable women.

Until that power waned. Until his business had less clout, commanded less respect. Then he was no longer bulletproof.

Because make no mistake: Harvey Weinstein is the tip of the iceberg. Hollywood is teeming with his kind. They run it. And the genuflection on display in the video above? We’re still seeing that today, multiplied by a hundred, a thousand. Familiar names and smiling faces, doing unspeakable deeds behind closed doors, and being respected and worshipped on the red carpet, because that’s what it takes for The Business to run.


Petr Knava lives in London and plays music


Blythe Danner Slapped At Maureen Dowd For Implying That Goopy Paltrow Was Compliant With Harvey Weinstein

Women In Film 2016 Crystal and Lucy Awards

There’s nothing I love more than when Hollywood takes the quill out of its ass and starts a round of infighting through the written word (see The Open Letter Battle of Sinead O’Connor and Miley Cyrus of 2013). The whole Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal has now led to an op-ed war, courtesy of Maureen Dowd

Maureen used her column in The New York Times to basically say that sexual harassment is going on everywhere and questioned if this is the rampant sexual harassment scandal that finally brings about change. Maureen wrote that everyone needs to stop being complacent. Maureen applauded Angelina Jolie for refusing to work with Harvey after he harassed her, but tsk tsk tsk’d Goopy Paltrow for continuing to work with him after he harassed her.

“Some who were importuned or pawed, like Angelina Jolie, stalked away and told studio executives that she would never work with the pestilent mogul. Others whom Weinstein asked to give him a massage in his hotel suite refused but continued to collaborate, like Gwyneth Paltrow, who put aside qualms to become ‘the first lady of Miramax.’”

Hoooo, lawd. I can hear the shitting upon crisp, Egyptian 1000-thread-count linens from afar! Maureen went even further by reminding folks what Gwyneth told the late David Carr about Harvey back in 2001:

“I think that for every bad story you hear about Harvey, there are three great ones. People are complicated, and nobody’s all good or all bad.”

Now, to be fair, Gwyneth has distanced herself from Harvey. She spoke up about how she rebuffed his advances back in the day and reported the whole thing to her agent and then-boyfriend Brad Pitt, who told Harvey to cut the shit. Harvey still threatened her, but I guess that didn’t ruin her shot at first lady-dom. Gwyneth hasn’t responded to Maureen, but, like all good mafia bosses, she sent someone else to handle it: Mama Blythe Danner. Blythe penned an op-ed in today’s NYT:

“I cannot remain silent while Maureen Dowd disparages my daughter, Gwyneth Paltrow…Gwyneth did not “put aside her qualms to become ‘the first lady of Miramax’ ” back then, as Ms. Dowd would have it. She continued to hold her own and insist that Mr. Weinstein treat her with respect.”

Blythe basically says her late husband Bruce Paltrow taught his daughter to stand up for herself and that they all are glad to see Harvey finally get his. Blythe went on to write:

I suggest that the pundits stop casting aspersions on the women who have confronted unwanted sexual advances in the manner each sees fit and concentrate on the constructive ways to prevent this behavior in the future.

I may be reading between the lines here, but it seems like Blythe is implying Taylor Swift’s favorite Amy Poehler/Tina Fey jab in that women need to help each other out and stop blaming other women for causing this shit storm – otherwise there’s some great real estate waiting for them next to Beelzebub!



Harvey Weinstein Is Officially Out Of The Weinstein Company, Bob Weinstein Might Be Next

The Charles Finch & Chanel Pre-BAFTAs Dinner - Outside Arrivals

Women, men, and potted plants of The Weinstein Company can breathe a sigh of relief. TMZ says that The Weinstein Company held a meeting this morning to discuss what to do about Cain and Abel this morning. Co-founder Harvey Weinstein is officially off the board of directors and out the door. And according to TMZ, his dear brother Bob Weinstein isn’t too far behind.

Harvey was fired last week, but TWC has a 5-day “cooling off” period in which the board makes permanent decision. Harvey was still technically on the board of directors as well. A source tells TMZ that Harvey’s contract states that once the board has ratified his firing, he must resign or they can remove him. TMZ says he chose to resign. Sources say that Harvey called in during the meeting from sex rehab in Arizona and was “apologetic and contrite.

Harvey Weinstein told the board, “I have a real problem,” and then apologized for the “trouble and confusion” he caused TWC. [Harvey] told the board he needed to build a new life and move on.

Harvey may not go quietly. His attorney Patty Glaser, who was at the meeting, has made it clear that she doesn’t think Harvey’s contract with TWC gives them the right to fire him. What? He was fired after decades of sexual abuse allegations were brought to light. The only contract in which that behavior wouldn’t be a fireable offense is one drafted up by Satan. And even he might say, “I don’t know, this is pretty fucking evil.

However, the current board of directors of TWC aren’t afraid if this goes to arbitration. Sources say they feel their case is as “airtight” as the lips of Harvey’s co-workers for all those years.

But what about Bob? The last we checked, there was speculation that Harvey’s brother Bob was hoping to change the name of The Weinstein Company. That’s probably not going to be his choice. Sources tell TMZ that Colony Capital is negotiating to buy TWC and overhaul it by changing the name and focusing on television instead of film. One of Colony’s rumored big plans is to demote Bob by letting him run Dimension Films, which is owned by TWC. Bob is a major shareholder, so they can’t get rid of him completely. Instead, they want to make sure Bob’s not involved in running TWC in any way, and for him to “go gently.

TMZ says that if Colony Capital doesn’t buy TWC, then TWC will most likely be done for good.

If you’re wondering why Colony Capital wouldn’t want anything to do with Harvey’s brother Bob, it might be because Harvey’s not the only creep in the family. “DUH” screamed Rose McGowan.

According to Variety, Bob has been accused of sexually harassing Amanda Segel, a producer on the Spike TV series The Mist. Amanda claims Bob repeatedly asked her out to dinner over a period of three months, which she said no to. But no didn’t mean no to Bob, and he kept asking. She agreed to one dinner, and it definitely wasn’t a work kind. He asked her a series of intimate questions as well as her age (he said he didn’t want to date someone younger than his daughter). After dinner, he allegedly asked her up to his hotel room.

Amanda claims she made it clear she didn’t want to date Bob, but he kept asking, allegedly going so far as to jokingly threaten to have her fired from her job if she said no. Amanda says she eventually had to get a lawyer involved, and the date requests stopped. A lawyer for Bob responded to Amanda’s claims with the following statement:

“Variety’s story about Bob Weinstein is riddled with false and misleading assertions by Ms. Segel and we have the emails to prove it, but even if you believe what she says it contains not a hint of any inappropriate touching or even any request for such touching. There is no way in the world that Bob Weinstein is guilty of sexual harassment, and even if you believed what this person asserts there is no way it would amount to that.”

That’s such an ultimate villain response. It’s a good thing Bob is reportedly getting moved to Dimension Films. I always associate Dimension’s logo with Ghostface from the Scream movies. Ghostface has got to be getting up there in age. Maybe he can retire and let Bob be Dimension’s unofficial scary mascot.



‘I’m an addict!’ No, you’re not. You’re a pathological misogynist: Sue Perkins Eviscerates Harvey Weinstein

Take it away, Ms. Perkins…

You catch all that?

Here it is again:

The pageant of excuses! The little weasel cornered, and he still can’t turn the finger from [them] to [him].

‘I’m an addict!’ No, you’re not. You’re a pathological misogynist.

‘Gimme a second chance!’ You burned through that in the 80’s, mate.

‘I’m a dinosaur!’ Which fucking Jurassic Park were you watching?!

You never saw a Stegosaurus in a bathrobe, women running and fleeing from him in droves because he jizzed on the doorknob as they left in fear.

Make it stop!

Angry Susan. Angry!

And to then blame the women! To then blame the women. And for those older women saying, ‘Why didn’t they step forward?’ To not know why they did it is to not understand the notion of shame. And to those women I’d say that the shame that you have lived with is not yours to own, and I hope the publicity surrounding Harvey means that he gets to deal with it now. Because it is his to have, fairly and squarely.


Petr Knava lives in London and plays music


Kate Winslet Deliberately Didn’t Thank Harvey Weinstein In Her Oscars Acceptance Speech


While I haven’t done the exact calculations, I believe that the second-most said word at any film awards show (right after a fake-surprised “Wow!“) is the name Harvey Weinstein. Everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Lawrence have thanked Harvey. But in 2009, Kate Winslet won her first Academy Award for The Reader, a film distributed by The Weinstein Company, and tradition states that she should have gushed over Harvey in her acceptance speech, but she didn’t. According to Kate, that was on purpose.

As a refresher, here’s Kate’s acceptance speech (it starts at the 6:40 mark).

After The New York Times published their exposé on Harvey Weinstein two weeks ago, many spoke up to condemn his behavior, including Kate Winslet. Kate applauded all the women coming forward with their stories and said that she heard the stories, but hoped they were just rumors.

Kate spoke with The Los Angeles Times on Sunday about leaving Harvey’s name out of her speech. Harvey’s behavior with Kate wasn’t the awful gross kind that a lot of people have been talking about lately (Kate says she somehow “dodged that bullet“). For her, it was more general asshole-ishness.

“That was deliberate. That was absolutely deliberate. I remember being told, ‘Make sure you thank Harvey if you win.’ And I remember turning around and saying, ‘No I won’t. No I won’t.’ And it was nothing to do with not being grateful. If people aren’t well-behaved, why would I thank him?

The fact that I’m never going to have to deal with Harvey Weinstein again as long as I live is one of the best things that’s ever happened and I’m sure the feeling is universal.”

Kate’s first film, Heavenly Creatures, was distributed by Miramax and that’s something that Harvey made sure to remind her of every chance he got. He was also allegedly a huge prick to her assistant.

“For my whole career, Harvey Weinstein, whenever I’ve bumped into him, he’d grab my arm and say, ‘Don’t forget who gave you your first movie.’ Like I owe him everything. Then later, with The Reader, same thing. ‘I’m gonna get you that Oscar nomination, I’m gonna get you a win, I’m gonna win for you.’

But that’s how he operated. He was bullying and nasty. Going on a business level, he was always very, very hard to deal with – he was rude. He used to call my female agent a [vulgar name for a woman] every time he spoke to her on the telephone.”

Kate adds that production on The Reader was a mess because of Harvey, and it was the last time she worked with him. That was on purpose too.

“I…stand up for myself and I don’t pander to what you’re supposed to do and what you’re not supposed to do. I won’t be pushed around or bullied by anyone. I was bullied as a child. Never again. Certainly not by Harvey Weinstein.”

That’s true, Kate doesn’t pander to what people think you’re supposed to do and not-do. Like proudly working with Woody Allen. But so help Woody if he does cross Kate; then he’s in big, big trouble. Kate doesn’t put up with any directly-related-to-her bullshit, buddy. “I happily ignored those allegations of sexual assault, but this time it’s personal!



Rose McGowan Says Lisa Bloom Offered Her Big Bucks To Defend Harvey Weinstein

3rd Annual Amber Rose SlutWalk

Remember that scene in the sixth season of Game Of Thrones when Daenerys becomes queen of the Dothraki by burning the whole fucking Khal house down? The Hollywood equivalent is going down right now with Rose McGowan.

We are all that annoying lady at the Costco exit checking for receipts, and Rose is more than happy to pull out a fistful. As we well know, the dozens of allegations of Harvey Weinstein caused him to run from Hollywood and NYC to rehab in Arizona.  In Hollywood, Harvey is even more loathed than gluten.

In their piece on Harvey, The New York Times alleged that he had settled a sexual harassment case with Rose McGowan for $ 100,000. Rose has since said Harvey raped her, and she’s been opening up more about other creeps in town. She alleged that Ben Affleck is a turd. She also said that Matt Damon was an enabler, and Harvey’s brother, Bob Weinstein, wasn’t in the dark about the whole matter like he has implied in the past. And now Rose has taken to Facebook to discuss the next name on her Kill Bill list: Lisa Bloom.

Lisa was Harvey’s lawyer, and everyone – including her mother Gloria Allred – were all, “Something in the buttermilk ain’t cleansince she usually represents alleged victims of sexual assault. Lisa went from defending Harvey to quitting his ass pretty soon after the article came out, but Rose isn’t buying it. BuzzFeed reports that Rose claims that Lisa wanted her to basically wear a “Team Harvey” t-shirt once the story dropped – and was willing to pay a ton for it:

“You know what is truth, Lisa? I feel like people should know that you’ve been calling my literary agent and saying there’d be money for me if I got on the ‘Harvey’s Changed’ bandwagon? You told her that I should care about HIS reputation. How HE has a family now and how HE has changed. Well, guess what? I’ve always had a family and that didn’t stop him from assaulting me.”

Rose says Lisa started with a $ 1 million offer and eventually went as high as $ 6 million. Rose turned it down. That’s damn impressive considering that I once took a $ 10 Blockbuster gift card in exchange for taking the fall for my brother who broke our mom’s ceramic turtle garden sprinkler. Lisa responded:

“I never called Rose McGowan’s literary agent… I don’t even know who her agent is. I never threatened Rose McGowan, nor offered her money, nor reached out to her. This is completely false. I have withdrawn from my representation of Harvey Weinstein and apologized for being involved in this. I am sorry for the pain Rose McGowan is in. But this is completely false.”

This whole shit is really making an impact on Hollywood. I mean, it’s moved a slew of dudes from the “potentially trashy” column over to the “sure as HAIL trashy” column. AND it’s made it where perennial press conference princess Lisa actually is loathing the attention. The world is seeing some fucked up shit, and I don’t really know how to help since it’s Monday and the world is kind of awful. So I’ll just follow Mieka’s lead and post this picture of a puppy and kitten napping together. See, there is some good out there:




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